Each extended essay will require a different programme of study, depending on the topic (chosen by the student in close consultation with the supervisor). Typically, the work will be divided into three periods: (1) gathering information and identifying the essay's exact focus, (2) writing up individual chapters and discussing these with a supervisor, and (3) putting the extended essay into its final form and observing the conventions necessary for this type of work.
Total Contact Hours: 6
Private Study Hours: 144
Total Study Hours: 150
Available in both Autumn or Spring Term
Method of assessment
• Extended Essay (7,000 words) – 100%
Indicative Reading List
This will vary in accordance with the chosen topic.
See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)
On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
- Undertake extensive pieces of analytical and critical writing about German culture and literature;
- Carry out detailed analysis of a German author, cultural theme or works;
- Engage in close reading and critical evaluation of films, literary works or historical texts in German;
- Engage in independent research about German culture and literature.
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